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    Thousands flee CAR capital after church massacre

    Thousands flee CAR capital after church massacre

    On Thursday, a group of Christian men sacked an empty mosque in Bangui in a reprisal attack.

    Italy urges move away from austerity toward job creation

    Italy urges move away from austerity toward job creation

    According to the European Union's Statistics office Eurostat, Italy's economy shrank by 0.1 per cent in the first three months of 2014.

    Prepared for gas negotiations with Kiev: Russia

    Prepared for gas negotiations with Kiev: Russia

    A meeting of Russian, EU and Ukrainian officials was held in Berlin on Friday to settle the gas dispute.

    India’s new Home Minister to target naxal terror

    India’s new Home Minister to target naxal terror

    Naxalism or widespread leftwing extremism and political violence has gripped vast swathes of land in central and eastern India.

    US economy shrank 1% in 1st quarter

    The Obama administration had initially estimated the economy grew 0.1 per cent.

    Lavrov: No plans for BRICS expansion

    Lavrov: No plans for BRICS expansion

    But Argentina's foreign minister says Buenos Aires is "interested in developing relations with BRICS in international politics".

    New Indian PM seeks better ties with China

    New Indian PM seeks better ties with China

    Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi would be in New Delhi to hold talks with the newly sworn-in Indian government on June 8.

    Iran, N Korea would pay ‘significant’ price if they attack the US – Defense official

    Iran, N Korea would pay ‘significant’ price if they attack the US – Defense official

    Washington wants to develop regional ballistic missile defense systems with allies South Korea and Japan.

    Oppose double standards in fighting terror: China

    Oppose double standards in fighting terror: China

    The United Nations should outline a clear criterion of fighting terrorism, a Chinese envoy to the UN said in Geneva.

    Chinese military criticises US for cyber spying

    Chinese military criticises US for cyber spying

    A senior officer said Washington’s moves hurt Chinese-US relations and violate protocols of international relations.

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